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He Might Even Win With Over 10M Votes" Rashid Echesa Reveals This Statement By Uhuru's Ally

As the 2022 General Election is fast approaching, the politics in the country continues to intensify. A few days we saw the Kiambu Women Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba ditching the Kieleweke camp to join Hustler Nation.

There are also predictions that before the coming General Election, the majority of Mt. Kenyan leaders will have shifted to the hustler nation. Today former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa has shared a shocking message about Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo.

Taking to his Facebook account, the controversial Rashid Echesa went ahead to post what the former Kiambu Governor had said. According to the statement, Kabogo urges Kenyans to be prepared for Ruto's Presidency if he continues with the Hustler narrative.

He goes ahead to argue that Hustlers don't have a tribe and they are in all corners of this country. This is to mean that DP Ruto doesn't depend on a certain tribe to win the 2022 General Election. Kabogo even claims that Ruto might even get 10 million votes.

"WILLIAM KABOGO: If William Samoei Ruto will continue using this Hustler Narrative, then we should all be ready for his swearing income 2022. Hustlers are tribeless and they are all over Kenya. He might win with over 10M votes!" Echesa wrote.

The former Kiambu for the last few months he was seen associating himself with the Kieleweke camp and he even went on the ground especially in the Mt. Kenya region to campaign for the Building Bridges Initiative that was termed as thanks and void by the High Court.

DP Ruto has been quoted several times claiming that he doesn't need endorsements from the political elites but only from the people and God. President Uhuru Kenyatta is currently assembling a team of opponents who will compete against his deputy.

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